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RICHMOND PROfESSIONAl INSTITUTE 

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COLlEGf Of WILLIAM AND MARY 

901 West Franklin Street 
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Published by the Students of the 
Richmond Professional Institute of 
the College of William and Mary 

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MARY JO S T A H L. Editor 
SARA BLANTON, Business Manager 






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Qhili fke end of tkis school ifear, we i/oi onlij look 
fornrm) io a new horizon witli nnliniUeo posubui- 
fifi, l?ii{ Lnckwnr^ throiiqn our coll('(je experiences, 
ut is (he hope of the editors ilmf fliis and the past 
ijears svill be pleasantlij hrouejlit uack to ijou throiujk 
this i'oliiine. 

Ojhen time who sterns our i/eeirs awenj 
Shall steal our pleasures too, 

C^he mem rij of the past will staij 
Ofnd half our joijs renew! 

"Co all those lookinq forward and especiallij to the 
seniors ss'ho now with a lincje of reluctance look 
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Jrrofeisloiial [InsHlule, a popular professor, an In- 



spiruK) leaocr to llic present senior class, ana 



capable aavisor to the freshmen — C^o ijoii, d)r. 
Unarcjaret Johnson, without whose constant aovice 



ana cooperation this volume won la not have been 



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DR. HENRY H. HIBBS, JR. 

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Wluii ,1 \(]iiiit; woTiiiui iiuirrli-, ^lir imivt u've thought as to uliat name 
she will use. There are three thiiins she can do. She can bury her identity 
in that of her husband and drop all traces of her former name by calling 
herself Mrs. John L. Smith; or she can keep both names and sign herself 
Mrs. Mary Jones Smith; or, if shf is very "advanced," she can continue to 
call herself Mary Jones. 

The work carried on at Franklin and Shafer Streets in Richmond was 
formerly independent, then it became consolidated or, if yon like, married 
to the College of William and Mary. When this was done, we dropped our 
former name entirely; and it became simply the Richmond Division of the 
College of William and Mary. Soon we learned that this change left us 
with no identity of our own. We became simply a small branch of the 
College at Williamsburg. When a young married woman drops her name 
and familv connections and goes by the name of her husband exclusively 
the sacrifice may make her feel happy; but, when you marry two institu- 
tions, it doesn't always work out that way. 

So recentiv we changed our name to the Richmond Professional Institute, 
a Division of the College of William and Mary, in order to make two 
things clear; first, that while a part of the William and Mary system and 
operated bv the College of William and Mary with the same president and 
board, the Richmond Professional Institute really comes of a sufficiently im- 
portant educational family to have a name of its own and a purpose of its 
own and a faculty of its own and, to change the figure, to be a sufficiently 
important tub in the educational world to stand on its ow n bottom ; and, 
second, we changed the name to make it clear that here at the Richmond 
Professional Institute technical, vocational, and professional work are not 
merely incidental features added to a general college curriculum in order 
to attract students, but on the contrary that these fields of study constitute 
the things in which Richmond Professional Institute specializes and on which 
it places the main emphasis. In any true marriage there are two "parties" — 
in this case the Richmond Professional Institute and the College of William 
and Mary — and both deserve to have at least part of their names retained. 

To the class of 1940 I might ask if, when your friends and acquaintances 
ask you what is your alma mater, will you answer "The College of William 
and Mary" and not even mention the Richmond Professional Institute; or 
will you sav "College of William and Mary" and then add the name of 
the Richmond Professional Institute; or will you say "Richmond Professional 
Institute" and then add the name of the College of William and Mary? 

Vou, the class of 1940, will be the first to receive diplomas under the new 
and double name which mentions both the Richmond Professional Institute, 
which you have actually attended, and the College of William and Mary, 
which operates R. P. I. and gives you your degrees. Vou will be the first 
who like Mrs. Mary Jones Smith finds happiness in assuming a new name, 
but also likes to keep her own too. 

Both the Richmond Professional Institute and the College of William and 
Mary wish vou well and are appreciative that you selected this as the col- 
lege that you were to attend and not some other. 

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Oi.iVF. SiONE Helek M. Masok Louise Bernard 

Social Jf'oik Deparlimnl Social If oik Depailmciil . Stoic Scwicf Department 



. Aii.ee\ Shane Frances MoNrcoMEK\ 

Soiial ll'ork Dcparl incnl I'lihlic Health Depart meiil 



Anna Mae Johnsion K\a linNii Lois McGregor 

Store Service Department Psydiulocjy Department Group JVork Department 



Katherine Bem, Howard H. Dams 

Store Service Department h<onoinics Departmeiil 



Lois Roberis 


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SAMOMl McCANT.ESS 


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ysical Education 




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Director of Social 


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Doris E. Fales 
Science Deparlmenl 



Samuel J. McCov 
English Deparlmenl 



Wesley Walker 
An Deparlmenl 



RuTHELLA Ramsey Margaret JniiNsoN 

Science Deparlmenl Mihlrni iani/iiai/c Defarlmcnt 



Marion- Junkin 
An Drpartmctil 



William Havilanu 
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Hazel Mlnuy 
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Emrai.i) Hrisium 'I'heresa Pollock 

.//■/ Del>arlmeul An Deparlmenl 



Alice W. Jorg 
Dramalic Deparlmenl 



Helen F.Rhodes 
Music Deparlmenl 



Mitzie p. Cox 
Music Department 



ACUITY 



LEADERS OF THE CLASS OF 1940 

These students were chosen by the Student and Inter-Club Councils, by the Senior Class, 
and bv the Faculty as outstanding members of the Class of 1940. 




Louise W'oodso 



OuiDA Ol.lVKR 



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Outstanding in Leadership 

\\\K\ ji) SrAHi. Riiii Mlki'M\ Maki lu.izAni: i h F(in iiirkss 



Outstanding in Scholarship 

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Outstanding in Art Achievement 

Mt'RlKI. CJOMBFRC 

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Mary Jo Stahl President 

Sarah Moore Vice-President 

Anna James Smith Secretary 

Dixie Lee Snodgrass Treasurer 

Dr. Margaret Johnson Sponsor 




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i.KTcuHR Adams 


GIBSON. 


NORTH CAROLINA 


lUulul 


;/- of Fin,- Arts 


Transfer fr 
Art Studer 


3m M.rrs Hill College. 
K Le.itiuc, 1938-'40. 



Lhox Hi:.\r 



Baclielor of Fine Arts 

Art Students' League, l936-'40: Secretary of Art 
Students' League, 1939-'40; Pro.mipt Staff. 19S«-'40. 



Margie Rehli- 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 

Bachelor of Scieruc 



Annette Imogene Bull 



Bachelor of Fine Arts 

Freshman Representative to May Court; Cotillion Club, 
1936-'40i Art Students' League, 1936-'40. 



Alice Cornell'v Bl ll.xrd 

Bachelor of Science 



Junior College. New Ha 



ican Stude: 
'40; Intcri 



Alexe E. Carlson 

Bachelor of Scien<c 

om the State Teachers' College. Salisbury, 
Maryland. 
Cotillion Club. 1939-"40. 



Anit.v Colville 



BaJielor of Science 

l.uella Townley Literary Society. 1937-'40; Business 
Manager. Townley Digest, 1938. '39; President, Luella 
Townley Literary Society, 1939-'40; American Student 
Union, 1937-'39; Vice-President, American Student 
Union, 1938-'39; International Relations Club, 1939- 
'40; International ReUtions Club Representative, Inter- 
Club Council, 1939-'40, 



WlLHELiVIINA DeAS 

Bachelor of Science 



Augusta Jur 



College. Augusta 



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Evelyn Jane Dodd 


LoRR.MNi; Virginia Drioge 


RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 


HKHMOND, VIRGINIA 


na,l,rl„r nf Snrn.r 


lUuhelor of Fine .his 


Cotillion Cluh. 19J6-'4Ll; Certificate in Laboratory 
Technic, Stuart Circle Hospital. 1940. 


Cotillion Club. 1936-'40; Art Students' League, 1936- 

'40. 


Dorothy Driver Dudley 


Anna M. Engels 


STAUNTON, VIRGINIA 


RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 


Bachelor of Fine Arts 


Bachelor of Science 


Art Students' League, 1936-'40; Luella Townley Lit- 

erary Society. 1937-'40; Cotillion Club, 1939-'40; Art 

Students' League Representative. Inter-Club Council. 

1939-'40, 




Lelia Ellen Fr-^e 


Helen Elsa Fuchs 


RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 


NEW yoRK, NEW YORi; 


Bachelor of Science 


Bachelor of Science 


Dramatic Club. 1936-'38; Cotillion Club. 1937-'38: 
Basketball Squad. 1937-'39; Hockey Squad. 1938-'39; 
Secretary. Junior Class. 1938-'39; Vice-President, Ath- 
letic Association. 1938' 39. 


Transfer from Hunter College, New York. New -^'ork. 

Psychology Qub, 1937-'38; American Student Union, 

I937'39; Secretary, American Student Union, 1938- 

'39; International Relations Club, 1939- '40. 


Marian Garthright 


Naomi Ethelyn Gooch 


RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 


RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 


lliuhclnr nf Fine his 


Bachelor nf Fine .Iris 


Dramatic Club. 1936 ' 38; Cotillion Club. 1936 '38; 
.'\rt Students' League. 1936 '40. 


.Aithlelic Association. l936-'37; Art Students' League. 
1936.'40: Cotillion Club. 1937-'40. 


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Mlriel Gomberg 



Alice Jean Hejda 



liaclu-lor of Fin,- .his 

Art Students' League. 1936-'40; Secretary of 
Students' League. 19J7-'38; President of Art Stud. 
League. 193»-'!9; .■\tlas Club, 1938-'39; Art Ci 
AtU, Paper, 1938-'39; Art Editor, Wigwam, 1937 
'40; Luella Townley Literary Society. 1937-'40; Sec 
retary Treasurer. Luella Townley Literary Society. 1938 
"39; Vice-President. Luella Townley Literary Society 
1939-'40. 





llai/irlor of Science 




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sfer from Virginia Junior College. Virginia 


Min 


Atla 


s Staff. 1938. '39; Vice President. Student 
ent. 1939-'40; Vice-President. Inter-Qub 
cil. 1940. 


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Clara Hirsohn 

RICHMOND, VIRGINI-\ 

Bachelor of Science 

1936; American Student Uni 
3wnley Literary Society, 1936-' 
onal Relations Club. 1938-'40. 



Amelia Jastrebski 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 

Bachelor of Science 

ansfer from College of William and Maiy. Wil- 
liamsburg. Virginia, 
oscript Staff. 1938.'40; Athletic Association. 1938- 
S>; Varsity Hockey, 1938-'39: Luella Townley Lit- 
erary Society, 1939'40; Cotillion Club, 1938-'40. 



Christixe Josephine Maker 



Bachelor of Science 

Basketball. 1937-'38; Vice-President. Junii 
193S-'39; Certificate in Laboratory Technic 
Circle Hospital. 1940. 



Helen Newman Martin 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Bachelor of Science 



Ana E. Miranda 



Sarah Finch Moore 



Bachelor of Science 



Transfer from University of Puerto Rico. 
Cotillion Club. 1939- '40; Certificate in Laboi 
Technic. Medical College of Virginia. 1940. 



Bachelor of Science 

Transfer from Norfolk Division of the College of 

William and Mary. 
Cotillion Club. 1938-40: Vice-President of Cotillion 
Club. 1939 '40; Vice President, Senior Class, W39-'40. 



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Rlth Hi:rni)().\ AIlri'H'i 



Mar\' Ki-izabhth P()\thres.s 



liaihilur of Science 

Virginia Int« 
VirBin, 



College, Bri 



Sports Editor, Atlas Paper, 1938-'39i Editor-in-Chief, 
Prescript, 1939.'40; International Relations Club. 
1939-'40; Luella Townley Literary Society, 1939-'40: 
Senior Representative, Student Council, 1939-'40; 
Senior Representative, House Council, 901, 1939-'40. 



liaclulor of Science 

Freshman Representative, Student Government. 1936- 
'57; Cotillion Club, 1936-'40: Secretary, Cotillion 
Club, 1938-'39; President, Cotillion Club, 1939-'40; 
May Court. 1937-'39; Treasurer. Inter-Club Council. 
l938-'39; House Council. 1938-'39: President, House 
Council, 1939 ■40; Hockey Squad, 1938-' 39; Mono, 
Council. 1939 '40. 



Elouise Folt Rlcker 



lUuhelor of S.ience 

isfer from College of William and Mary, Wil- 
liamsburg, Virginia, 
la Townley Literary Society, 1939-'40; Interna- 
ll Relations Club, 1939-'40; Proscript Staff, 1939- 
'40. 



Hexrihtta Gesene Siceloff 

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 

li/ic/ielor of Fine Arts 

Students' League, 1935-' 38; Cotillion Club, 1935- 
'38. 



Grace Woods Sloclm 



Bachelnr of Science 




Club, 1936-'37; AtUi Staff, 1937-'38; Feature 

, AlUi. 1938-'39; Treasurer, American Students' 

1, 1938-'39; President, International Relations 

1938-'39; Luella Townley Literary Society, 

1937 '39. 


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Amen 
'38; 
Club. 
Drams 




1938- 
CotiU 



Anna Ja.mes Smith 

ELWAY. VIRGINIA 

liaclielor of Science 

ansfer from Mary Baldwin. Staunton. Virginia, 
can Student Union. 1937-'38; Glee Club, 1937- 
President. Glee Club. 1938-'39; Secretary. Glee 
1930-'40; Dramatic Club. 1937-'39; President, 
itic Club, 1938-'39; Dramatic Club Representa- 
Inter-Club Council. 1938-'39; Dorian Society. 
40; Vice-President. Dorian Society. 1939-'40; 
on Club. 1937-'40; Secretary, Senior Class. 1939- 
Glee Club Representative, Inter-Club Council. 
1939-'40. 



Adel.mdk Snead 



liaclicior of Fine .Iris 



nts' League. 1936-'40: Vice-President, .^rt 
League. 1939-'40; Senior Representative, 
uncil. 827. 1939'40; House Council Repre- 
itativc. Inter-Club Council. 1939-'40. 



Dixie Lee Snodgrass 

ELWAY^ VIRGINIA 

Bachelor of Fine Arts 

isfer from Principia College. St. Louts. Miss 

on Club, 193a-'40; Art Students' League, 

'40; Treasurer, Senior Qass, 1939-'40. 



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Mary Josi-fhixe Stahl 



Bachelor of Sciemr 






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1936-'37; 

Sophomore Class, 1937'38; Junior 
ImerCluh Council, 1938'39; Feat 
;am. 19!8'39; President, Senior Clas! 
Editor, Wigwam, 1939-'40. 



ire^'' Editor, 
. 1939 '40; 






Jane H. Warrick 

flFLLEVlLLE, NEW JHRStV 

liiiflielor of Science 

Club, 1936-'40; Secretary, Cc 

Dramatic Club, 1936-'40; 
lb, 1937-'38; President, Dramatic Club 
isurer. Sophomore Class, 1937'38; Pt 
lass, 1938-' 39: Student Government 

1937-'38; Glee Club, 1937-'40; Vic 
ee Club, 1937'38; AlUi Staff, 19 
e Representative, Student Government, 
istant Circulation Manager, Wigwam, 
ulation Manager, Wigwam, 1939.'40; 
urer. Athletic Association. 1939-'40. 



1939- 
sident. 

Prcsi- 

37-'39; 

1938- 

1938- 



Marv J axe Whitehorxe 

CALDWELL. NEW JERSEY 

Bachelor of Science 

r from Colby Junior College, New London. 



New Hampshire. 




1936-'38 


Cotillion Club. 1938-'40; Internation 


1 Relations Club. 


1937-'38 


1939-'40; American Student Union 


1938-'39: Cer 


Basketbal 


tificate in Laboratory Technic. Medics 


1 College of Vir- 


Secretary 


ginia. 1940. 




Manager 



M.\RTHA Louise Woodsox 



Bachelor of Scien(e 

Freshman Class. 1936-'37; Hockey Scjuad. 
Assistant Circulation Manager. Wigwam. 
Treasurer. Student Government. 1937-'38; 
Squad. 1937-'38; Honor Council. 1937.'38; 
Student Government. 1938-'39; Circulation 
Wigwam. 1938-'39; Treasurer. Cotillion 
Club. 1938-'39; Basketball Manager. 1939-'40; Presi- 
dent. Student Government, 1939-'40; President, Inter- 
Club Council, 1939 '40. 



Martha Moon Woodson 

RUSTBURG, VIRGINIA 

Bachelor of Science 

Transfer from Montreat Junior College. 
Atlji Staff. 1938-'39; Associate Editor. Proscript. 
1939-'40; Glee Club. 1938-'40; Dorian Society. 1938 



Etelka W. Yol no 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Bachelor of Science 

om Washington University, St. Lou 
Missouri. 



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SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY 



Xnlis from my Xntrhook 



October ist, 1950 

Biggest feat of the year: Anna Engles delivers (luadruplet C!erman babies single handed. 

A certain young lady, recent grad from R. P. I., is malcing Fifth Ave. turn flips. I'lie name 
is — S. Moore. 

This is a truth from t/ie inner source — the young Dr. Stoneburners (she was Marv E. 
Poythress) are infanticipating. 

Art Critic Bear, reviewing this week's show at the Met, throws digs at M. Bond's "Water- 
pipe." 

Flash! Dr. Louise Woodson, B.S., M.T., Ph.D., sidesteps from technology to teach a course 
in Ancient English Lit. to Harvard studes after innumerable demands. 

A. P. Wire: Pat Rupis has finally hung up her hat in Charlottesville. 

Biggest disappointment to Broadway: L'Anna Fontaine (Anna James Smith) goes home to 
marry school day sweetheart. (It's de thruth). 

Etelka Young's Tired Cat Farm is definitely on the upgrade. 

From the authority of Jayne Obermeyer, CJen. Mgr. of Kaufman's: "Slacks out and rompers 
in for the college girl." 

Gomberg is doing the murals for the latest Mexican hot spot. 

Seen at the C. C. (Cotton Club to you) — Modle Henrietta Siceloff with one of t/u- Duponts. 

Former deb Aimette Bull, now Mrs. Turnipseed, is entering her young son in the fashionable 
Frye nursery school. 

Yodeling Martha Woodson yodels into the show at Roxy's. 

Scoop: Attractive Ana Miranda (R. P. L, '40) is going to head the Medical Center in 
Puerto Rico. 

Alice Bullard and her Girl Scouts were lost for three hours on Pt. Lookout. What's the 
matter, girls, did your matches give out? 

Promising Y. M. C. A. worker Jane Warrick is in town to the convention at N. V. S. S. W. 

Story tellers: 

Helen Martin over N. B. C. — the bed-time variety. 

Dean of Females, Miss Helen Fuchs, at Southern Female Seminary, explode 
slums. 

Virginia, Minn., has produced a brilliant Mag editor, Alice Hedja. 
week's "Manual of the Care and Feeding of CJoats." 

Naomi Gooch quotes: "My art is first." 

"Bip" Maher quotes: "I'm married to my profession." 

Mary J, Whitehorne is preparing nitroglycerin for the Kill-.\ll-Dictatci 

We hear the Skeeter's are coming for Carlson. 

Coville's thesis for Ph.D., "Why be a droop worker," is hot off the press. 

Ralph Deas is fast becoming a child prodigy. His ma is coaching him. 

Have you heard the latest about a traveling salesman? Ask Evelyn D. 

Highest award of the year goes to Drudge: Perfect attendance at Med. College danc 

Ink-slingers call Dorothy Dudley's one-man show O. K. 

Expecting bundles from Heaven: The former Dixie Lee Snodgrass ( R. P. I., '40 
the fourth for the Kenneth Southalls (Mary Jo Stahl). One more and they'll ha\( 
basketball team. 

Seen in the City Hall: E. Rucker in Marriage License Bureau and Charlotte 
paying the usual ten-spot for speeding. 

Murphey's editorial won the prize at the National Pres 
it was good, too, just verification, boys. 

Ouida Oliver's comment on the latest thought play is good. "It made me think." 

"Jeb" is in the political swing in Trenton. 

Law school is in a panic. The D. A.'s wife (the former Alice Straus) is taking a 
Hubby's table conversation must be over her head. 

Promising young sculptress, Adelaide Snead, is slated to win this year's highest art award. 

Ethel Adams has opened her studio at 49th St. 

Confucius say: Future inevitable, so relax and enjoy yourself um\. 



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OFFICERS 



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Elizabeth Gibson ' resident 

Sara Blanton Vice-President 

Catherine Ingraham Secretary 

Anne Snead • Treasurer 

Miss Anna Mae Johnston Sponsor 




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CLASS 



Margaret Averv 




Stephixe Chaplinskv 


PERU, NEW YORK 


Sara Blantox 

RICHMOND, VlK(;iNIA 


PAI.MERTON, PENNSYLVANIA 


Mildred Clements 




Katherixe Darxall 


PETERSBLRC, VIRGINIA 


LoLisE Crowi^er 
richmond, virginia 

Lee Driggers 
richmond, virginia 


ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 



Mildred Fletcher 




Elizabeth Gibson 


RICHMOND, VIRGIXL\ 


Annie Beryl Gannett 
richmond, vircinlv 


RICHMOND, VIRG1NL\ 


M \R\ Gresham 




Catherine Ingraham 


NORFOLK, V1RCINL\ 


Frances Haley 

ROANOKE, VlRf;iNL\ 

Elsie Kiene 
savannah, ceorcl\ 


RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



JUNIOR 
CLASS 





JUNIOR 
CLASS 




Katherine Mallory 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



Kathleen Mansfield 

POST OAK, VlK(;iNTA 



Alma McCanx 
walkers, virginia 



Madeian M each am 

RICHMONJ), VIRGINIA 



Margaret Moore 
richmond, virginia 



Eleanor .Moon 
richmond, virginia 



Mary Thorn Painter 

pulaski, virginia 



Rlth Roach 

chari.oitk, north caromna 



Irexe Schurz 

RICHMON'n, VIRGINIA 



Ann Smith 

RICllMOM), VIRGINIA 



Ann Snead 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



Virginia Tha^ er 

Gl.OVF.RSVII.lK, NHAV \ ORK 



Frances Van Doren 

lumbarton, virginia 



Fanny E. Spratley 

SURRV, VIRGINIA 



MAR^ Yeamans 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



JUNIOR 
CLASS 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OFFICERS 



Alice Willson President 

Rachel Glann Vice-President 

Jean McCabe Secretary 

Mary Frances Rutherford Treasurer 

Dr. Eva Bond Sponsor 




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Al.BRlGMI' 


Beaslev 


Brown 


BURK 


Chamber 


COBEV 


COSBV 


Creasy 


Fielding 


FULP 


Glann 


Hale 


Hughes 


Knight 



Bi.akesi.ee 
Chapman 
Dietrich 

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Murdoch 


Novak 




ROBINSOV 




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Rose 


RUCKER 




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Sampson 




Saunders 


Skwari) 




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FRESHMAN CLASS 

OFFICERS 

Katherine Curtis President 

Beryl Smith Vice-President 

Lucille James Secretary 

Dorothy Robins Treasurer 

Miss Lois Roberts Sponsor 







FRESHMAN 
CLASS . . 




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Anderson 


Bai.i.ahur 


Bunting 


Colli NS 


Eams 


Criffin 


CJUTHRIE 


Akers 


Bartiev 


Carr 


Curtis 


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H ALDER 


Ali.en 


Batista 


Cato 


Delp 


FiNKF 


Crubbs 


HlNES 


Kaber 


Berrv 


Clements 


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FRESHMAN 
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Koiil. Mtiz 

Little Morev 

Longest Murphy 

Mason Nauman 



Pearsai I Reams B. Smhti Tai.beri \'asI\»ecex 

PoATS Robins M. Smith Tarter W'ashbi r\ 

POHITG ROSSER Stembridce Timberi.ake \\'orrei.i. 

Ransom E Simmons Stlbs Trock ^oLSf; 







GRADUATE STUDENTS 



Officers 

Elizabeth Bali.enger I'nsidi-nl 

Ei.izABEiii Wells ricf-Pn-sidrnl 

Mercedes Ai.i.ev Siiriiiiry-Tn-asiiiir 



Mercedes Allek 
Elizabeth Ballenger 
Lillian Brickhouse 
Barbara Bruntox 
Martha Carson 

JOSEPHINE ChENALLI 

Edith (hiso! m 



Mf.mrkrs 

Mabel Davis 
Mary E. Dodsox 
Alice Evans 
Lucy Flippo 
Helen Garvey 
Lucy Gibson 
Edna CSreen 
Margarei Holland 
Blanche Johnson 
David Katz 
Margret Lane 
Elizabeth Lynch 
Mary C5ui.ick Mack 
James Meacham 
Lester Ogilv\ 
Louis Owens 
Marjorie Pearse 



George Rice 
Margaret Ricks 
Mary Secrest 
Marie Vest 
Mabel Welborn 
Elizabeth Well? 
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SCHOOL OF STORE SERVICE 



Louise Berxaru .... 

A XX .A M.AE JoHX.STOX 

Katherixe Reel 



Professor 

. . Assistant Professor 
A ssistiin t Professor 



Members 



Doris Clark 
(Iertride Fisher 
.MoLE^ H ariiixg 



Sarah .Moore: 

JA-^XE OmERME'iER 

M.\RiK.\ Reims 



The School of Store Service was organized in 1937 and is the first of its kind in the 
South. Ir provides teacher training in the f\e\A ot retaih'ng ami preparation tor execu- 
tive positions. 




PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES 

FEBRUARY CLASS 

Officers 

Johanna Sogaard President 

Margaret Davis I'itc-PresiJiul 

Mildred Shehigh Siinttiry 

Helen" Warenkiei.d Tnasurcr 

Members 



Janie Adams 
Irene Akers 
Jessie Alexander 

AUSTINE BRACKETT 

NoAMi Carlvle 
Ola Collins 
Margaret Corns 
Marv Cotter 
Anne Crostic 
Irma Davis 
CJertrude Douglass 
Bessie Draper 
Elsie Early 
Ruth Elliott 
Margaret Evans 



Kathrvn Henderson 
Margaret Hockett 
LiLLiE Hodges 
Margaret Hoxsev 
Mary Jones 
Elva Johnson 
Anne Lamb 
Margaret Lewis 
Rebah Lockhart 
Viola Lyon 
Mary Martin 
Anne Morgan 
Evelyn Morris 
Mary Parker 
Anne Quinn 



Pauline Rice 
Ida Rivers 
Grace Rodman 
Florence Rogg 
Lillian Shook 
Dorothy Stanton 
Mary Tinsley 
Louise Vander-Wai. 
Ella X'aughan 
Kate Webb' 
Mary Wells 
Ruth Westmorland 
Mary Wood 
Doris Woodward 
Etei.ka Young 



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JUNE CLASS 

Officers 

Imogene Murray President 

Isabella Abbott I'ice-Presideul 

Liii.iAN Baptist Secrelary ^ 

Kdhh TnHKSO\ . . Tieanirer ] 

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Isabella Abboit 
Lillian Baptist 
Myrtle Bensincer 
Dona Border 
Lottie Brewer 
Elizabeth Budd 
Emily Burgess 
Mary Cameron 
EuLA Cheek 



Julia Eudy 
Mabel Fisher 
Leltra Fulcher 
Ceorgia Gaines 
C'leo Guesok 
Mildred Hudson 
Edith Johnson 
Freda Kollar 
Fui.A Mollard 
Fawik Mi)\K()K 



Imogene Murray 
Catherine Nicholson 
Eleanor Ours 
Carolyn Roller 
Leteiia Simpson 
Maymie Stinneite 
Edna X'inson 
Gay Wickam 
Olivia Winston 



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DR. STONE 

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DR. FALES 

Spo^,or 




. . . to represent and to further the best interests of the students, to regulate their conduct 
under authority of the college, and to promote responsibility and high sense of honor." 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 



Ai.iCK Hkjd.v I'i,r-I'i,sicinu 

ViRGiKi.A rn.\\i:K ... . . SiHitiiiy 

Jkrrv Burk Tiiusiinr 

Ru'lll MuRPiiv Ki'tiior Ri/<ns(>ilali-vi- 

Maroaret MnoRi; luiiiin llif'nsnilali-vc 

Ass'E Skead hininr Ri-prisenlalivi- 

Josephine Novak '<o/>/iiiiiiori- Repiesenlaliir 

Marv Lou Sai-\])i:rs Snp/niiiiiiif Represcntalh'i- 

Harriet Simmons Fnslniutn Rcprrsrntative 

Marv Elizabeth Povihress PrrsiJiiit, Founder's Hall 

Grav Chenaui.t I'rcsidcnl, .idminislration liuildinii 

Pearl Moeli.er I'nsidtnl, Graduate Student's Dormitory 



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INTER-CLUB COUNCIL 



Officers 

Louise Woousox Piaidciii 

Alice Hejda I'ut-Prisiihnt 



The purpose of the Inter-Club Council is to correlate and coordinate 
the activities of student organizations and to supervise all extra-curricular 
activities. The council is composed of one delegate from each class and 
student organization. 



INTER-CLUB COUNCIL 



Members 

Lkox Hear Sniior R,/>r,.u illative 

Elizabeth Gibson Junior Re[>rcscutative 

Garland Hughes Sophoinurr Representative 

JOSEPAUL Easterling Freshman Representative 

Eleanor Moon Wigwam Representative 

Muriel Gomberg Luella Tmcnley Representative 

Dorothy Dudley ht Stnt/mts' League Representative 

Lucille Brittox aiee Cluh Representative 

Mary Cosb^- Dorian Society Representative 

Anita Colville International Relations (Uiih Representative 

Jean Arnold Cotillion Clnh Representative 

Maybelle CiARY Ithlttie Association Representative 

Adelaide Snead //owy, Counnl Representative 




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Eleanor Moo\ Plmiographic EJilor 

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Jane Warrick Cinulalinn Muiukji 

Josephine Novak hsisUinl C.iraitnliuii Mhiuuii 

Dr. Marcaret Johnson lUiisi 

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JEAK McCabe G.«.ra/ Editor 

Martha Woodson- Issociate Editor 

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WELLA TOWNLEY LITERARY SOCIETY 

Officers 

A COLVH.LE ^'"'^ 

Muriel Gomberg / iii-Prisi,lrnt 

Alex A McColl Snrctary-Treasuifr 

Dr. S. J. McCov idwer 

Dr. Margaret Johnson Assodatc Member 

Miss Louise Egleston hsoeiate Member 



Maurice Bonus 
Gray Chenault 
Ulysse Desportes 



Members 

Dorothy Dudley 
John Garber 
Clara Hirsohn 
Eddie Hunt 
Amelia Jastrebski 
Jane Malone 
Madelyn Meacham 
Anne Morgan 
Pat Murphy 



Elouise Rucker 
Grace Slocum 
Ann Ward 



The Luella Townley Literary Society was organized to arouse interest in and to 
promote a greater appreciation of literature and a more thorough acquaintance with 
men of letters. Membership is by invitation only. 







COTILLION CLUB 

Officers 

Mary Ei.i/abeth Povthress Pn-suli-iit 

Sarah Moork I'ld'-I'irsidcnl 

EMIl.^ c;RA^' CiiENAui.T • ■ Tiiiuuiir 

Jane \Varrick SioiUtry 

Mrs. Virgie Ciiaikiev Sfioiisor 



Members 



Berkeli.e Anderson 
Amanda Arbooast 
Jean Arnold 
Margie Beiii.e 
Florence Beaslev 
BiLUE Berry 
Judy Borden 
Annette Bull 
Katherine Burdette 
Elise Bunting 
Molly Brent 
Winnie Baker 
Rosalie Bartley 
Margaret Bevelaqua 
Emily Gra\- Chenault 
Jerry Clements 
Nancy Chambers 
Kitty Darnall 
Lee Driggers 



Dorothy Dudley 
Evelyn Dodd 
Mike Easterling 
Laura Fielding 
Elizabeth (;ee 
Rachel Gi.ann 
JODY Griffith 
Virginia Hale 
Frances Haley 
Molly Harding 
Emmy Lou Hetzer 
EuFAULA Hood 
Frances Hoffman 
Marjorie Hollander 
Catherine Ingraham 
Amelia Jastrebski 
Elsie Kiene 
Phyllis Knight 
Barbara Kroeger 
Peggy Lemmond 



Edna Lawder 
Mildred Poates 
Jean McCabe 
Alma McCann 
Ruin Metz 
Jerry Murdock 
Rose Morey 
Cynthia Mason 
Eleanor Moon 
Katherine Mai.lory 
Helen Martin 
Kathleen Mansfield 
Sarah Moore 
Mary E. Poythress 
Ma.xine Roi.ph 
Helen Reimes 
Mary Rutherford 
Jane Ramey 
DoROiiiY Robins 
Frances Robinson 



Carl Roberts 
Nell Rucker 
Dorothy Sampson 
Fanny Spratley 
MusELLE Stein 
Ann Smith 
Adelaide Snead 
?Larriet Simmons 
Farrell Stubs 
Beverley Tai.bert 
Ann Timberlake 
Iane Warrick 
Mary' J. Whitehorne 
Alice Willson 
Louise Woodson 
Madelyn Voung 
Margaret Zebedee 
Irma Rosser 
Ruth Roach 
LiBBY Jamison 



Membership in the Cotillion Club is open to any nieniber of the stuilent bod\'. 
The club sponsors two formal proms yearly for club members. 








GLEE CLUB 



Officers 

Lucille Britton .■ ■ ■ I'n'sidcnt 

Mary Cosby • ■ ■ • • ■ I i,i-Pnsul,-nl 

Anna James Smith Trcasunr 

Ank Seward Custodian 

Mrs. Helen F. Rhodes Dinclnr 

MeiMHERS 

Margaret Avery Mary Cosby Anna James Smith 

Lucille Britton Elvera DeBiasi Fanny Spratley 

Alice Bullard Frances Eames Ann Walker 

Yvonne Buscher Alice Garibedian Jane Warrick 

Stephine Chaplinsky Vera Gayi.ord Martha Woodson 

Gray Chenault June Goldsmith Margaret Zebedee 

Janet Guild 

Garland Hughes 

Ruth Johnson 

Helen Maldeis 

Gene Morgan 

Sally Powell 

Mary Rowi.ett 

Ann Seward 

Beryl Smith 

The Glee Club offers to all who like to sing an opportunity to engage m ensemble 
singing under a capable director. Included in the club's activities arc public appear- 
ances, professional engagements, and radio work. 



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DORIAN SOCIETY 

Officers 

Mary Cosbv President 

Anna James Smhh Vice-PresiJcnt 

Doris Shelamji-k Seerelnry 

Alice Gariredi.w . . Treasuier 

AIl-MHERS 
LuciM.E Britton EMM-i- Lou Hetzer 

StEPHIVE CHAPI.INSKV IRENE SCHURZ 

CJrav CiiENAui.T Martha Woodson 

The Dorian Society is an honorary musical club which offers membership to girls 
who display unusual vocal or instrumental ability. 



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ART STUDENTS LEAGUE 

Officers 

lACK Creasy • • ■. P'''snii-nt 

AnF.LAiuE Snead Ficc-Presidinl 

Leon- Bear Secretary 

Margaret Avery Treasurer 

Dorothy Dudley . . Representative, Inter-Club Council 
Ei.siE Kiene . . . Program and Publicity Cliairman 

The Art Stuilents' League, founded in 1931), is a medium designed to fill the gap 
between classroom work and outside activities. 

It is felt that actual participation is the basis for mutual understanding. To this 
end, the League employs a selected group of activities which includes lectures, student 
exhibits, movies, dances, and extended trips. 



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MEiMKERS 

Ethel Adams 
Marv Albright 
Ross Abrams 
Bernelle Anderso; 
Amanda Arbagast 
Margaret Avery 
Rosalie Bartley 
Christi n a Batista 
Leon Bear 
Florence Beasley 
Margaret Bevilaqu 
Maurice Bonds 
Molly Brent 
Sarah Brockenbrol 
Custis Brooks 
Margaret Budina 
Annette Bull 
Elsie Bunting 
Katherine 
Jerry Burk 
Jessie Cato 
Elizabeth Cobey 
Jack Creasy 
Katherine Darnai 
Ulysse Desportes 
Virginia Drudge 
Dorothy Dudley 

JOSEPAUL EaSTERLI 



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lELLE GUTHRII 



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Margery Holender 
EuFAULA Hood 
Douglas Houchens 
Mary E. Jamieson 
BsTTi' Jennings 
Elsie Kiene 
Laura Kinney 
Edna Lawder 
Leah Levin e 
William Lipscomb 
Frances Lonergan 
Katherine Longest 
Alexa McColl 
Henry McKinney 
Edgar Mallory 
Kathleen Mansfieli 
RussELENE Moore 
Rose Morey 
Pearl Moeller 
Anna Elsa Morales 
Cary J. Neale 
Sidney Otis Orr 
Theodore Owen 



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Kenneth Rows 
Nellie Rust 
Irene Schurz 
Jane Sloan 
Henrietta SicELOFh 
Harriet Simmons 
Adelaide Snead 
Dixie Lee Snodgrass 
ewa sobeloff 
Jeanne Sterritt 
Everett Stutts 
Beverley Talbert 
Virginia Tarpine 
Margaret Truitt 
Ann Ward 
Asa W ATKINS 
George Wilson 




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Officers 

John; (iARBKR i',-,- 

OuiDA Oi.ivKK licr-l'ifsuii-nt 

AvME BKini. GANNnn Srarlary and Treasurer 

Alice Bui.i.ard .......... Lihruri/tii 

Dr. Howaro Davis Spoiunr 



Rosalie Harii.e\ 
l.EdN Bear 

BeIM BROi)IE 



Me.misers 

CJRAV ChENALLI 

Anita Coi.ville 
Doris Davis 
Helen- Fliltis 
\'era c;avi.ori) 
June (Joi.dsmiiii 
Mar\ Gresham 
Clara Hirsohn 
Edijie Hunt 
Helen Kqretz 
DoROTHi' Mahonev 
Ruth Murphv 
Javne Obermever 
Elouise Rucker 
evva sobei.ofi" 



(JRACE SlOCUM 

Virginia 'I"llA^KR 

Mar\ Iane Willi emorne 



The International Relations Club is sponsored hy the Carnegie Endowment fc: 
Peace in order to encourage the study of international relations. 




BARNSTORMERS 



Ol I'lCERS 

Jane Warrick Prisiiiinl 

Frances Cosby ■ . . rui-PrcsiAnit 

CJRACE KiCHT .....-..-..■ Sl'llltliry 

Aknie Beryl Gann'eit Treasurer 

Mrs. Alice Jorg Director 

Plays given by club this year. 

The Rector Fashion 

The Neighbors Anne of Green Gables 

They're None oi: Them Perfect 

Sugar-Spice 

Poor Henry 



Mary Beth Blaney 
Sara Blavtov 
Frances Cosby 
Alyce Anne Finke 
Vernelle Fox 
Louise Galeski 
Annie Beryl Gannem 
Alice Garibedian 



Me.mkhrs 

Elizabeth Gibson 
June Goldsmith 
Betty Grubbs 
Virginia Hale 
Shirley Hamlin 
Helen Koreiz 
(;race Kight 
Peggy Lemmond 
Jean McCabe 
Eleanor Moon 
Margaret Moork 
Mary Morrison 



Mary Rutherford 
Anna James Smith 
Jerry Trovtman 
Jane Warrick 
Dorothy Wilkinson 
Grace Worrell 
Mary Veamans 
Madeline Young 






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Sara Hi.antox Prcs'ulcnl 

Jl-RR-i Hi RK J'iic-PrcsithiU 

Josephine Novak Secretary 

J AXE Warrick Treasurer 

Miss Lois Roberts Sfionsor 



ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 







Makgakki Moouk 
Li-fl Inside 

Anne Snfad 
Manager 

MA^BI■:l,l.^: (iAR^ 
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Uhrm. Smith 

Rii/lit Inside 

Sara Bi.anton 

Center forward 

Jkrrv Murdock 
Gnat Keeper 



Al.ICl- SiKAlS 

Rii/lil Fidlluuk 

Anne Gentry 
Rii/lil Win/j 

|n Novak 

Leil Hull 



RriA Voss 

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Schedule of Games 

Oct. 20 St. Catherine's Mixed Team 

Oct. 23 Westhampton Noy. 8 Farrnvillc 

Oct. 28 . . . William ami Marv Reserves Nov. 14 . . . William ami Marv Reserves 

Nov. 4-5 Fairfax Hall Nov. 17 Norfolk Division 

Second Team Games 
Jnlm Marshall, Thomas Jefferson, Collegiate. 

VARSITY HOCKEY 



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Katherine CURllS 
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Squad 

VKRNKtXE Fox 

Mavhelle Garv 
Anne Gentry 
Gay Gidson 
Doris Howard 
CiMiiiA Mason 
Margaret Moore 
Marv Morrison 
Jerry Murdoch 
Jo Novak 
Sally Powell 
Maxine Rolph 
Helen Rose 
Beryl Smith 
Alice Strals 
Farrei.i. Stubs 
Ann TiM-ii-RLAKi: 



Marv Ellen Trimmer 
Jane Warrick 
Abbot Wise 
CJrace Worrell 
Rita ^'oss 







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Schedule 

Feb. 3 William and Mary Reserves Wil!ianisb\ir}r 

Feb. 7 William and Mary Reserves Richmond 

Feb. 12 Westhampton Richmond 

P>b. 1 6 Norfolk Division Richmond 

Feb. 24 Norfolk Division Norfolk 



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Carle Roberis 


Sara Blanton 






Virginia Hai.e 


Maxine Rolph 


Jerry Burk 






Dorothy Mahoney 


Ellamae Ryburn 


Virginia Delp 






Helen Maldeis 


Alice Straus 


Marcuarite Dunnavant 


Cynthia Mason 


Jane Warrick 


Mavbelle Gary 






Effie McCormick 


Alice Willson 


Rachael Glann 






Ruth Metz 


Abbot Wise 


Doris Howard 






Margaret Mooke 
Gene Morgan 
Mary Morrison 
Claudia Murph\ 
Bessie Peterson 
Sally Powell 
Sally Reveley 


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DR. MARGARET JOHNSON 
Most Popular Professor 



MARY JO STAHL 
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LOUISE WOODSON 

Most Popular Student 

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